Following the launch of the ultra-sophisticated N version of the i30, Hyundai introduced the new N Line, which brings the 275"horseshoe"aesthetic and visual accents to the modest versions of the compact model. In other words, the representatives of N Line will be"touched"externally but will not have more serious technical indicators.
The i30 N Line will use bumpers and thresholds such as the"runner", as well as certain details in silver color and double exhaust. The 18-inch wheels, Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires, combined with the new suspension setting will ensure more driving pleasure as well as better road handling. Inside, we will find new sports seats, aluminum pedals, perforated leather steering wheel, and a N-Line speed lever with the 1.6 CRDi (136 hp) diesel engine and the 1.4 T-GDI (140 hp) as well as an improved braking system. To some extent, the N Line resembles BMW's M Performance program - which is not surprising given the fact that Hyundai N-division boss Albert Birman is a former BMW M driver.